Scare Yourself with 20+ Frights in VR and 2D in ‘Nox Mortis’

Nox Mortis VR game Halloween
Nox Mortis (Image: PR)

To help with the Halloween chills, Nox Mortis is a randomized VR horror game that has been described as a title that strips control away from players to deliver one supernatural scare after the other. Are you ready to immerse yourself in “a universe of fear through the game’s blood-tinged 3D visuals and fitting soundscape”?

Nox Mortis gives you more than twenty “unique” scares in 360 degrees. You can play in 2D and swipe the screen to look around, or you can take advantage of Google Cardboard and your phone’s gyroscope/accelerometer combo to “fully immerse yourself” in VR! The title ensures that no playthrough will ever be the same.

The Key Features include:

  • 20+ randomized scares take the terror to a whole new level.
  • You’re unable to move … and you sure can’t fight back!
  • Unsettling “red and black” color scheme with extra-spooky sound effects.
  • Play in VR or in 2D: The choice is yours!
  • Accessible to virtually anyone with an iOS or Android smartphone.
  • Google Cardboard supported.

Take note, Nox Mortis is available on iOS and Android. However, the special “Halloween Edition” of the game won’t be released until October 31, 2019. Also, the upcoming “Halloween Edition” will be free to download and play.

You can find it on the App Store and Google Play.

Here’s the trailer!

According to the game, “You are trapped in a hellish nightmare. You must witness all the horrific events unfold. Events are randomized in each session. No escape: You can’t move at all.”

As for the developer, founded in 2019 by Nikola Todorovic, Sigil Entertainment was born “of the fusion between games and interactive entertainment. Every Sigil game is thoroughly unique – bringing something entirely new to the table.”

Previous titles from the developer include Sigil: Magic & Strategy and Ball Buster!!

What are your plans for Halloween? Let us know.

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.

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